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Choreographic Lab @ Charlotte Ballet
May
16
to May 18

Choreographic Lab @ Charlotte Ballet

I am excited to have been invited to participate in Charlotte Ballet’s Choreographic Lab for the second year in a row. Currently titled one hundred ways to say no, the work I will be showing is an exploration in the way we question systems, how power is enacted on a body, and performance as a site for resistance.

May 16th, 17th, and 18th at 7:30 PM at the Patricia McBride and Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux Center for Dance.

For more information and tickets, visit http://charlotteballet.org/tickets/choreographiclab/

From the Charlotte Ballet website:

After quickly selling out last season, be the first to secure your seats and experience creativity at work as Choreographic Lab expands to three evenings. This up-close and informal performance is designed to give aspiring choreographers the opportunity to present work and the audience the chance to experience new choreographic voices. Dancers from Charlotte Ballet will work all season long on their composition with mentorship by Artistic Director Hope Muir.

Hope plans to evolve the Choreographic Lab into an ongoing project, with the goal of making Charlotte Ballet a hub for cultivating and showcasing new choreographic talent. See the emerging creative talents of Charlotte Ballet dancers and support these future choreographers!

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Goodyear Arts Presents: FEEDBACK (a wip show)
Aug
25
7:30 PM19:30

Goodyear Arts Presents: FEEDBACK (a wip show)

feed·back
/ˈfēdˌbak/
information about reactions to a product, a person's performance of a task, etc., used as a basis for improvement.

Goodyear Arts presents
// FEEDBACK //
a work in progress showing by Goodyear Performing artists:

Amy Bagwell
Matt Cosper + XOXO_Ensemble Performance
de'Angelo Dia
Dylan Gilbert
Sarah Ingel
Megan Payne

+ Special Guests Ghost Trees +

Join us for an evening of poetry, theatre, music and dance works in progress. We invite you to share your feedback and help us in our creative process.

SATURDAY AUGUST 25TH
7-10 PM
Schedule TBA

FREE ADMISSION //
FREE BEVERAGES courtesy of Triple C Brewing Company //
ALSO: FREE POSTCARDS
(to send feedback to your local representatives)

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Composition in the Middle (An Improvisation Performance)
Mar
30
to Mar 31

Composition in the Middle (An Improvisation Performance)

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March 30th and 31st at 7:30 pm

IMPROVISATION SCORES BY:
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Joy Davis (Boston Conservatory at Berklee)
Sarah Ingel (Charlotte)
Matt Pardo (Elon University)
Eric Mullis (Charlotte)
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MUSIC BY:
Andy Hasenpflug (Slippery Rock University, ADF)
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$5 Cash. BYOB. 7pm Doors, 7:30pm Show.

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Improvisation Performance
Feb
23
6:00 PM18:00

Improvisation Performance

Sarah will join dance artist Blakeney Bullock in an improvisation performance at the Levine Museum Taste After Dark, an after party for Taste of the New South.

"Taste of the New South and Taste After Dark support Levine Museum’s commitment to use history to build community. We use exhibits and programs to help audiences understand the history behind our community today, bring people together in dialogue across differences, and inspire them to engage in building a better tomorrow."

 

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Goodbye Goodyear
Aug
4
6:00 PM18:00

Goodbye Goodyear

Sarah will perform a new work, khalepa ta kala, at the Goodyear Arts Space on College St. in Uptown Charlotte.

Join her in saying goodbye to this Goodyear Arts location with the other artists in residence.

https://www.facebook.com/events/422363834830304/

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in consideration of herself @ ON SITE/IN SIGHT
May
5
to May 7

in consideration of herself @ ON SITE/IN SIGHT

Organized by Winston-Salem artists Blakeney Bullock, Cara Hagan, Julianne Harper, Jessie Laurita-Spanglet, Caitlyn Swett, and Helen Simoneau. On Site /In Sight will include movement classes, pop-up, rooftop, and courtyard performances, as well site-specific works throughout Winston-Salem’s downtown. Come see works by local, guest, and organizing artists!

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Goodbye, Goodyear
Jan
29
7:00 PM19:00

Goodbye, Goodyear

The time has come to say Goodbye to Goodyear. We are throwing the FINAL showcase & party to celebrate the incredible art created, installed, shown, & performed during our stay. FREE BEER, thanks to generous sponsorship from PBR Charlotte & Sierra Nevada!

Doors open at 6 with ample time to see new work by Kelly Keith, Lisandro Herrera, Holly Christine Keogh, Robert Childers, Leah Mulligan Cabinum, Matthew Steele, Todd Stewart, Kathryn Godwin, Graham Carew, Amy Herman & Amy Bagwell in the building & on the exterior.

Performances start at 7:
Megan Payne & Sarah Ingel: in consideration of herself
XOXO_Ensemble Performance: I WON'T HURT YOU (therefore you should just calm down)
Ghost Trees
Brut Beat Trio
Patois Counselors
DJ Blaine Hurdle

Thank you to our program sponsors: Crescent Communities, Moore & Van Allen PLLC, Parkway Properties, Little Diversified Architects, Troutman Sanders, Charlotte Center City, & The Wilbert Group.

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WOMEN'S SHOWCASE 2016
Jan
17
7:30 PM19:30

WOMEN'S SHOWCASE 2016

Gathering for an evening of sharing, we aim to create a space that celebrates the accomplishments of female artists, specifically movement makers. This festival will showcase performances by female choreographers and performance artists, as well as feature female visual artists, researchers, and musicians.

In addition to highlighting the work of female artists of various mediums, the festival hopes to further strengthen the performing arts community in Charlotte by bringing artists together and creating a dialogue between the audience and performers concerning work that is being made through the female lens.

We have an exciting line up this year!
Doors at 7:30 pm
Show starts at 8:00 pm

This show is FREE! But if you were planning on buying tickets, you can still help fund our Indiegogo Campaign. Proceeds go to the performing artists and fund the making of more art in our city. Click here for more info: http://igg.me/at/ladyfestclt/x

Details for parking TBA.

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Skyline Artists in Residence: September Showing
Sep
26
6:00 PM18:00

Skyline Artists in Residence: September Showing

in consideration of herself (work in progress) will be performed at the Skyline Artists in Residence: September Showing.

In consideration of herself is currently a movement exploration focusing on the female experience of feeling unsafe.  These vignettes depict being unsafe: in your own body, in a relationship, in your environment, with the people around you, with society’s portrayal of you, telling you who you ought to be. Drawing inspiration from the works of Meret Oppenheim, the work evolves from the understanding of woman as object, as less than, and as commodity.

For women, the implications are that they have to live their own female life as well as the female life that men project on them. Thus, they are woman times two. That’s too much.

--Meret Oppenheim

See below for more details!

Please join us for our third Artist Showcase, this time celebrating the artists in residence during the month of September: Triptych Collective (dance), Kelly Keith (painting) and Ghost Trees Big Band (music).

The evening will include separate and collaborative pieces by Ghost Trees Big Band and Triptych Collective, along trumpet work by Jacob Wick, who is visiting from Mexico City. We'll share a performance schedule soon.

This short-term artist residency project provides studio space, a stipend, and a showcase for three outstanding Charlotte artists or groups of artists each month, including installation art, sculpture, painting, theater, dance, and music. This project will transform the Goodyear building, the future home of Tryon Place. Resident artists are creating and showing their own work - and altering the building itself.

The project is co-presented by The Wall Poems of Charlotte and Amy Herman. Huge thanks to Crescent Communities for the space and support, along with Moore & Van Allen PLLC; Parkway Properties; Little Diversified Architects; The Wilbert Group; Troutman Sanders; and Charlotte Center City Partners.

We recently got an extension thanks to Crescent Communities and Troutman Sanders, and we'll be doing a month of residencies in October and more programming tbd in November. Hooray and thank you, everyone!

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TRIPTYCH COLLECTIVE at The Cube, NODA
Apr
24
to Apr 26

TRIPTYCH COLLECTIVE at The Cube, NODA

The Cube in NODA presents the culmination of work by Triptych Collective and collaborators for Spring 2015. With works by Sarah Ingel, Reba Bowens, Eric Mullis, Andy the Doorbum, Ghost Trees, and many others. Free beer with purchase of ticket by Benford Brewing!

APRIL 24th and 25th (TWO NIGHTS!)

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HELEN SIMONEAU DANSE: 5 Years of Creating Danse
Mar
4
to Mar 16

HELEN SIMONEAU DANSE: 5 Years of Creating Danse

Sarah has been apprenticing with Helen Simoneau Danse for the month of February during the company residency at the UNC School of the Arts! The residency will culminate with performances in three separate cities, debuting 2 world premieres and one revival from repertory.

Winston-Salem shows at the Hanesbrand Theatre:

March 4th, 5th, and 6th at 7:30 pm

Charlotte show at the Patricia McBride and Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux Center for Dance (Home of the Charlotte Ballet):

March 10th at 7:30 pm

Washington D.C. shows at Dance Place:

March 14th and 15th at 8:00 pm

For more information, check out helensimoneau.com

Tickets for Charlotte show:

http://www.carolinatix.org/events/detail/helen-simoneau-danse-5-years-of-creating-danse

 

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The Queer Arts Consortium presents Flourish at Charlotte PRIDE
Aug
16
12:00 PM12:00

The Queer Arts Consortium presents Flourish at Charlotte PRIDE

Triptych Collective has been invited to perform as a part of the Queer Arts Consortium's event entitled Flourish as a part of the Charlotte Pride 2014 festivities. We will be talking about our work as a collective, why we choose to make dances as well as the work from our previous season and the work we are going to be producing this season.

Please come join us in celebrating Pride at the Bechtler Museum in Uptown Charlotte.

For more information see the Queer Arts Consortium's website: queerartsconsortium.com

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